Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Antique Shopping in Delhi, NY - The Fisk Barn




Come shopping in the Catskills with me! The prices are better than in New York City!


The Fisk Barn opened up a new store in Delhi in March, and I paid them a visit to see what they had.     Nothing except for a votive candle was in my price range, unfortunately, but I would have bought this pair of dreamy mercury glass canisters for $155 right away if I could.



An elaborate pier mirror with marble table for $895.


Two of a set of four wall sconces for $525.
I am so wishing for an Italian tole wall sconce with macaroni beads.


A pair of mercury glass finials for $135.



Cast iron brackets for $275.



Golden mercury glass urn for $165.


Cast iron coal grate for $1,200.



Awesome antique nickel-plated bath hardware for $65.



19th century dress form for $175 (sorry about the blurry pic).



And last but not least this ultra sweet French demi-lune console for $195.


Give the friendly folks at The Fisk Barn a call if you’re interested in any of these beauties!



‘Till next time, stay shabby!

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8 comments:

A Cottage Muse said...

All so lovely...I love the pair of sconces. Still out of my price range though! Have a wonderful day!

Kim from The Sheep's Nest said...

Hi Sandy,

I've been following along on your blog and never realized how close you are to me! I have been to the Fisk Barn's shop in Bovina, haven't been into the new one yet. I actually live right on route 10 about 25 minutes from the Delhi store! Dreary weather here today, gardens will have to wait. Kim

sweetpea said...

oohhh i love that fireplace grate. alas the price is not in my range either... love your blog.

hugs,

shelley

Linda said...

Gorgeous stuff, Sandy...my favorite is the fireplace grate, too!

Sharon~heartsongs said...

I love the cast iron pieces! Thanks for the tour!

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Oh my dear goodness.... I would never ever pay those prices... I will continue to re-purpose my found objects and feel very contented... The store is very very lovely but will be limited for many.

Anonymous said...

I have to agree with Sweet Old Vintage on this...

I still hear my dear granny's voice in my head each time I'm out "antiquing"... She'd always say, "oh, don't pay too much for that old thing... you'll see it again down the road". And if I was patient, I usually did.

That said, there are some things that come your way once and you need to recognize them ... (for me it's these fabulous shoes I saw in NY, with bulldogs faces branded on the toe. It will haunt me forever!) LOL !

:)

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